5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Motion to suppress
- Personal jurisdiction
- a A request that the court prohibit the use of certain evidence at the trial.
- b The pretrial oral questioning of a witness under oath.
- c The person who is being asked questions at a deposition.
- d The power of a court to force a person to appear before it.
- e A claim by the defendant against the plaintiff.
5 Multiple choice questions
- A court order requiring a person to appear to testify at a trial or deposition.
- Standard used by appellate courts when reviewing a trail court's findings of fact.
- Techniques for resolving conflicts that are alternatives to full-scale litigation. The two most common are arbitration and mediation.
- The principle that courts cannot decide abstract issues or render advisory opinions; rather, they are limited to deciding cases that involve litigants who are personally affected by the court's decision.
- The requirement that defendants be notified of their rights to remain silent and to have an attorney present prior to being questioned by the police.
5 True/False questions
Concurrent jurisdiction → The authority of a court to hear a case when it is initiated, as opposed to appellate jurisdiction.
Limited liability partnership (LLP) → A professional entity in which the owners share in the organization's profits but are not liable for the malpractice of their partners.
Power of judicial review → A court's power to review statutes to decide if they conform to the federal or a state constitution.
Notice → Being informed of some act done or about to be done.
Verification → The status of having received a certificate documenting that the person has successfully completed an educational program.